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Toyota bets $1.1b on SUVs in Canada
Toyota Motor Corp. is investing C$1.4 billion ($1.1 billion) in its Canadian operations to build traditional and hybrid RAV4 sport utility vehicles, banking on the nation’s manufacturing sector amid a cloud of uncertainty from NAFTA talks.
Canada van driver charged with murder, PM urges calm
A van driver who ran over 10 people when he plowed onto a busy Toronto sidewalk was charged with murder Tuesday, as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged a rattled nation not to live in fear after the "senseless attack."
Motive elusive after van driver kills 10 on Toronto sidewalk
Police in Canada’s biggest city were piecing together witness accounts and surveillance video trying to determine why a driver plowed a rented van along a crowded sidewalk, killing 10 people and injuring 15 in what many said seemed a deliberate attack.
Canada eyeing meeting with Iranian officials in Ottawa
The Canadian government is making plans to meet with officials from the Iranian government in Ottawa.
Iran sympathizes with Canadian nation over death of 14 athletes
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi expressed sympathy with the Canadian nation over the death of 14 athletes in a deadly bus crash on Saturday.
14 killed in Canadian ice hockey team bus crash
Police in Canada confirmed that 14 people were killed when a lorry and a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team collided on Friday evening.
Researchers find 13,000-year-old footprints in Canada
Researchers have uncovered 29 human footprints from around 13,000 years ago off Canada's Pacific coast.
Canada to pay tribute to late 'Kupal' star Haftvan
Phoenix Cultural Center in Toronto, Canada, has set to pay tribute to recently-demised Iranian-Armenian actor Levon Haftvan by holding a special screening of 'Kupal'.
Canada imposes targeted sanctions against Myanmar general
Canada has imposed "targeted sanctions" against a Myanmar general who led an army crackdown that forced over hundreds of thousands of minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
Climate change concerns much higher in Latin America, Caribbean than US, Canada
More than eight in 10 adults in Mexico and Central America believe climate change is a very serious problem for their country, more than twice the proportion of adults in the US and Canada, according to a new ‘Insights’ report from Vanderbilt's Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) titled ‘Education and Risk Assessments Predict Climate Change Concerns in Latin America and the Caribbean’.
Canada agrees to sign on to TPP
Canada has agreed to sign on to the resurrected Trans Pacific Partnership along with 10 other Asia-Pacific countries, moving forward with the trade pact after the United States pulled out last year.
Canadian natural gas industry a 'sad story'
A prominent commodities analyst struck a gloomy tone as he delivered a blunt assessment of the Canadian natural gas industry's fortunes this year, describing it as a ‘sad story’.
Saudi Arabia pressures Canada over calls to end Yemen war
Saudi Arabia is reported to have imposed a great deal of pressure on the Canadian Embassy in Riyadh over Canada’s campaign to end the war in Yemen, a source close to the embassy has revealed.
Record low temperatures grip parts of US, Canada
The torrent of arctic air that poured into many parts of the United States this week tightened its grip on Saturday and brought record cold to some spots, as forecasters warned revelers from Memphis to Maine to expect numbing conditions on New Year’s Eve.
Canada's economy unexpectedly stalls
Canada’s economy unexpectedly stalled in October on a decline in oil output, a disappointing kickoff to the final quarter of 2017.

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